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Jul 28
Book Review: Wendy Corsi Staub’s The Perfect Stranger

Book Review: Wendy Corsi Staub’s The Perfect Stranger

I’ve always wanted to read Wendy Corsi Staub’s books and when the opportunity came to review her upcoming release, The Perfect Stranger, I couldn’t pass up the opportunity! After reading The Perfect Stranger, you look at the internet a little differently. As for characterization, we have a several characters that play a vital role. Just a quick note: if you’re the type that needs to focus on two or three characters in order to fully follow a story, you might want to proceed with caution since the amount of characters Staub introduces might overwhelm you. Take your time reading the first couple of chapters in order to get acquainted with everyone. Now, I’d say Landry is the most important character since she’s the one who initiates contact regarding attending Meredith’s… Read more »

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Feb 12
Book Review: Tanya Davis and Andrea Dorfman’s How to Be Alone

Book Review: Tanya Davis and Andrea Dorfman’s How to Be Alone

I’m finding it difficult to review this wonderful little gem of a book, but here goes. Based on the YouTube video, Tanya Davis and Andrea Dorfman’s How to be Alone is a perfect companion to the video as well as an inspiring guidebook for anyone. If you’ve seen the video you know it’s profound and makes you comfortable with being by yourself. In the book, they’ve extended parts of Davis’ How to Be Alone to be more solitary. In a way, the single images illustrated by Dorfman lets you take a moment to take in Davis’ message. You can spend your time reflecting what she’s trying to convey and gives you the ability to envision how you can apply it to your life. The illustrations are vivid and powerful. What… Read more »

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